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AV Control Systems  
By Bennett Liles
There was a time when setting up AV control systems was considered to be sort of a black art reserved only for seasoned techies who never revealed their trade secrets. Since those days, the realm of AV control has become much more open...

RapcoHorizon AC-Audio  

RapcoHorizon introduced its new AC-Audio composite cable at winter NAMM 2010. This unique cable offers both AC power and two channels of digital audio within the same outer jacket...

Smart-AVI HDX-400  

Smart-AVI has released a new HDMI signal extender that is capable of transmitting 1080p video and embedded audio 150ft. over Cat-6 to up to three remote monitors and one local display for realtime monitoring. ...

Sanus Systems ELM402-G1, ELM405-G1, and ELM410-G1 

Sanus Systems has added pivoting HDMI cables to its Sanus Elements product offering. The cables are currently available in 2.5ft., 5ft., and 10ft. lengths: the ELM402-G1, ELM405-G1, and ELM410-G1...

Panamax PM8-GAV 

To provide consumers with a greener home theater environment while cutting down on energy bills, Panamax introduced the new PM8-GAV, a compact, cost-effective power management unit...

Tripp Lite SRCOOL12K and SRXCOOL12K 

Tripp Lite has introduced two new cooling solutions (SRCOOL12K and SRXCOOL12K) for rack enclosures, network closets, and server rooms...

NEC NP3250W Review 
By Jeff Sauer
Relatively small installation-oriented form factors, like NEC's new NP3250W, can now pack a very bright punch...

Extron TLP 350CV Touchpanel 

The Extron TLP 350CV touchpanel combines AV system control with cable management....

Epson PowerLite Pro Z8050WNL Projector 

The Epson PowerLite Pro Z8050WNL projector is the company’s latest high-brightness multimedia projector designed for auditorium and large-venue applications....

Da-Lite Advance MM8C-42FS Flatpanel Cart 

The Advance MM8C-42FS multimedia flatpanel cart from Da-Lite is an all-in-one solution for your media needs....

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